111 Degrees Yesturday!
There was no way I could use my oven. But I wanted to make this recipe!
I feel like I am having a Dr. Seuss moment…
Cook this on a grill?
I could, I would, cook this on the grill!
The propane grill and I are friends, we have an experimental relationship some days. Experimental as in… the oven isn’t working 20 minutes after I put my son’s birthday cake into it.
I found out that, Yes, you can…if you have too bake a cake on the barbecue grill.
It does turn out better in the oven, but Rick Bayless’s Impossible Cake can actually be baked on the BBQ. Biscuits, cornbread, yes you can, just make sure to turn them so they don’t burn on one side.
Oh, for the love of cast iron and dutch ovens.
I set the BBQ for low and waited to see what temp that would mean on a 111 degree day. After about 20 minutes I could see that it fluctuated from 325 – 350. Perfect!
While this simmered on the grill, I soaked in the pool and played with the dogs. My pool buddies!
When it was done I turned the grill off, dried off and prepped the veggies and noodles.
Easy dinner on a blistering hot day.
I shall try this again.